These easy Traeger Beef Recipes will keep you smoking all year long. Fire up your Traeger or wood-pellet grill and get yourself to the butcher for a main dish that is worthy of even your favorite guests.
Looking for those perfect Traeger beef recipes to whip up for your family or gatherings? I love my Traeger, and I have tested so many beef recipes over the years. I have compiled the best ones for you to try out.
This is Traeger Ribeye is cooked right on the pellet grill. Instructions included here are for both a traditional sear and a reverse sear. Choose your own adventure, as long as it includes Berta beef, s&p, 4 minutes a side, down the hatch.
My easy smoked brisket recipe is cooked on a Traeger wood-pellet grill, and is one of the best meals I've ever had. Simple seasonings and attention to detail make for a piece of meat you won't soon forget.
These Traeger Smoked Italian Meatballs are smoked for about an hour, and then finished off at 325 until they are done. Packed with Italian flavor, these are great on their own as appetizers, in a meatball sub, or in some smoked meatball marinara.
Whether you like or love beef jerky and making things yourself is in your DNA, then this recipe for beef jerky made on the Traeger is the one for you. Sweet, salty, smokey and spicy. It's my go to every couple of weeks. Easy to make, less expensive than store bought, and so good you'll want to slap a sasquatch. Traeger Beef Jerky!
Making homemade beef jerky at home is easier than you think! Plus, it is a more affordable option, and the flavor can't be beat. Don't get me wrong, I love a good store-bought jerky, but homemade tastes better. This Traeger beef jerky is jam-packed full of flavor, and every bite is delicious. You can use my recipe and then as you gain confidence, step out and try other flavors to create the perfect recipe for you.
These easy beef and mushroom biscuit pockets use leftover roast beef or steak and turn it into a delicious, portable meal that your whole family will love! Make this in the oven if you don't want to fire up the wood-pellet grill!
This Traeger Cheeseburger Meatloaf is tender, juicy, and a little smokey, and even better the next day. This is the kind of meatloaf recipe that you should double so you can have leftover meatloaf sandwiches the next day. Or just leave it single if you don't have a giant family like mine because this recipe makes two loaves!
Cheesy stuffed burgers are grilled over wood and topped with more cheese and grilled onions. You need these in your life, like right now. The Juicy Lucy is a classic Minnesota dish whose origins are heavily disputed, but either way you fix it you are going to really enjoy it.
These fall-off-the-bone tender braised beef short ribs are cooked right on your Traeger grill after being seared in the Dutch oven. Big onions, all the red wine, and one of the best comfort foods there is.
This Traeger grilled hanger steak is not only one of my favorite cuts of beef, but also one of my favorite ways to cook steak, period. This cut is much more economical than tenderloin, but nearly matches it in flavor and tenderness.
My Traeger Smoked Beef Roast is BBQ Beef, but like on overdrive. This starts out on your wood-fired grill or smoker, and smokes on low heat for 6 hours, and then gets a slow beer braise on the stovetop until that roast is fork-tender and shreddable.